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Bosnia: Migrants clash with police, break through cordon

They are headed towards the border.

The cordon was set up by the Border Police of Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH)

According to information from Sarajevo-based media, the clash between police officers and migrants has produced injuries.

Migrants, Refugees Block Bosnia-Croatia Border Crossing

Some 200 migrants and refugees blocked the main road towards Bosnia's border crossing with Croatia on Wednesday morning, resulting in the Maljevac border checkpoint being closed to all traffic, the Bosnian border police said.

Fiat, Hesteel, and Gazprom-owned companies top Serbian list

Topping this list is Fiat (FCA) Serbia (majority-owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles), that sold cars worth EUR 599.6 million, followed by HBIS Group (owned by China's Hesteel), who operate the Smederevo-based steel plant - and have exported products worth EUR 581.4 million in this period.

"I hope Montenegrin officers know where they are"

And this resolution does not mention "the state of Kosovo," says Serbian Defense Minister Vulin.

He thus responded to his Montenegrin counterpart Predrag Boskovic, who said that Kosovo was "a sovereign state."

"4 countries want to keep any talk of Kosovo away from UN"

Belgrade-based daily Vecernje Novosti writes on Wednesday that these are the UK, the US, France, and Sweden.

According to the paper, these four countries are trying to prevent including in the agenda of the next session of the Council, to be scheduled for November 8, a discussion about the situation in the southern Serbian province.

"Kosovo technical dialogue underway, top-level meting goal"

Spokesperson at the European Commission, Maja Kocijancic, said in this in Brussels, on October 23, Beta agency reported.

EU High Representative Federica Mogherini's spokesperson said to Beta that "a date should be set" for a meeting between Belgrade and Pristina highest-ranking representatives.

Migrants Gather on Serbian, Bosnian Borders to Enter Croatia

Some 400 migrants and refugees gathered on Tuesday on Bosnia and Herzegovina's border with Croatia, with a similar number massing on Serbia's border with Croatia, local media reported.

Croatian police announced that misinformation had been spread that the EU state would open its borders.

Austria plans to open at least of 3 Serbia's EU chapters

A spokesman of the Austrian presidency says Vienna is hoping to open at least three new chapters in Serbia's EU accession talks.

The working bodies of the EU Council gave progressed the furthest in three negotiating chapters: 9, 17, and 18.

Serbia and the European Commission also submitted to the Council negotiating positions for chapters 2 and 4.

Skopje reacts after Moscow's grave accusations of fraud

The case concerns a "dramatic" session of the Macedonian parliament that voted in favor of starting to change the country's constitution in order to implement a name deal with Greece.

EU: KSF can "transform only in accordance with constitution"

Last week, the Kosovo assembly adopted three draft laws on the transformation of the KSF, with Serb List members of the assembly opposed, Albanian language paper Zeri is reporting. The aim was to circumvent the constitutional changes, which must have be supported by the Serbs.

Saudi journalist's body was dumped in Istanbul well - report

This was told to Sputnik by the leader of the opposition Turkish party Vatan, Dogu Perincek, who claims to have learned it from reliable sources.

On the other hand, Turkish President Recep Erdogan claims that the body has not been found.

Kosovo, Interpol, son, drugs, guns, and of course conspiracy

Namely, Sputnik is citing Pristina-based (Albanian language) daily Gazeta Express, which said that the person in question, Shpend Maxhuni, was found in possession of illegal weapons and drugs in a car, "about ten days ago."

"Kosovo's Interpol membership - catastrophe for whole world"

Pristina's possible admission would constitute a gross violation of international law and UN Security Council Resolution 1244, the interior minister and one of deputy PMS told the tabloid Kurir.

Anti-Migrant Protest Held in Bosnian Border Town

Some 1,000 people in the Bosnian town of Bihac, on the border with Croatia, staged their third consecutive evening protest on Monday, demanding that state-level officials find a proper solution to the rise in the number of migrants and refugees arriving in the area.

  People of Bihac gathered in the town centre, demanding the relocation of migrants and refugees Photo: Courtesy of N1